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A private opportunity offering by way of Hamburgh to write to you, I eagerly embrace it, and hope...
I have not written a line to you for a long time; yet scarcly an hour of the day passes in which...
I am under obligations to you my dear son, for keeping up so regularly, and so constantly your...
The packet being detaind I write you a few Lines further to inform you that mr Marshal accepts...
I hope long before this time you have arrived Safe at Berlin. The first intelligence which I...
I have the pleasure of informing you and Mrs Adams of the safe arrival of mr Johnson and Family...
The June packet is to sail tomorrow. as I know you must be anxious for constant intelligence, at...
It is with pleasure insepressible, I inform you of the safe arrival of your Brother Thomas at N...
As the vessel by which I have already written to you, did not sail yesterday, I can now inform...
I will not let a vessel sail for Hamburgh that I know of, without taking a few Lines from me, if...
Gen’ll Marshal expects to sail tomorrow Several Days sooner than I expected, and the weather has...
It was with inexpresible pleasure that I yesterday read a Letter to your Father from you dated...
Since my residence at this place, now a Month, occasiond by the prevalence of the yellow fever in...
Last Evening I received your Letter of sep br. 4 th No 42— accept my thanks. it grieved me to...
It was with a mixture of pleasure and pain that I read your Letter of December 25th from Berlin...
Mr Houghten, an acquaintance of your Brother Thomas, call’d upon me last Evening, with the kind...
I embrace this opportunity by mr Thornton Secretary to mr Liston the British Minister to write...
Once more my dear son it is permitted me to address you by Letter. thanks to the Great Giver of...
I wrote you in a Letter not long since: that as mr Malcom had declined going abroad, I had...
mr Thorntons stay has been protracted much beyond the time I expected, and it gives me an other...
The vessel which was up for Hamburgh by which I promised to write has changed her Voyage, and the...